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IOP shows off first e-book collections

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IOP Publishing has unveiled the first titles in the company’s new e-books publishing programme at the Frankfurt Book Fair. This programme was announced at the same fair last year.

IOP has now published the first two books in the IOP Expanding Physics collection and says that it will publish the first Concise Physics titles imminently. A further 25 books are said to have been commissioned for publication across both collections in 2014.

The new book content has been fully integrated with IOPscience, the company’s online journals platform . The programme has been built without DRM and provides multiple options for reading on different devices (HTML, PDF and ePub3) and includes embedded multimedia, interactive charting and MathML.